Reformers across the nation are learning to be afraid.
Anya Davidson delivers a comics report from the Women’s March to the Polls.
With all the attention focused on the Chicago Police shooting of Harith Augustus, the silence coming from the gun rights groups is deafening.
Students across the city plan to leave class and gather in Grant Park Friday to protest gun violence.
Some 85,000 rallied in Union Park this weekend to demand more gun control.
Also, Emanuel slams Trump for “pointing fingers” at Chicago again.
Also, the Democratic primary for Illinois attorney general is heating up.
Also, the Illinois house failed to pass a ban on semiautomatic rifle bump stocks.
Also, Las Vegas gunman’s notorious bank-robber father lived in Chicago.
Also, Robin Kelly to Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Most guns used in Chicago shootings come from out of state.
Also, former governor Rod Blagojevich speaks about his time in prison.
Also, the BBC’s new mini-documentary Life and Death on the Lost Streets of Chicago looks at violence in the city.
Also, Derrick Rose’s alleged gang-rape case is back in the spotlight.
Also, the Vista Tower is becoming a reality as workers start to prep the site.
Also, the Chicago Hamilton cast is full of Broadway stars.